PARIS, Nov 24 (Reuters) - French truckers began blocking some roads in the country on Sunday as their unions remained locked in crisis pay talks with haulage bosses, witnesses said. The first blockade was reported near the northern city of Lille, where protesters with small lorries and cars blocked access to a large wholesale food market, they said. Police were at the scene but had not intervened. In Bordeaux in the south-west, the CFDT and CGT unions issued a statement calling their ...
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